SABEW2019 has ended
Journalism in a Time of Disruption 
SABEW’s 56th annual Spring conference will explore the many challenges – and opportunities – our industry faces today. Through skills session, keynotes and networking, we’ll help reporters and news managers do their jobs better and make sense of what’s happening in our industry. We look forward to seeing you at ASU’s casual campus setting in sunny Phoenix where you’ll get a chance to connect with colleagues old and new and ensure that business journalism continues to thrive.

Register for SABEW19. Follow @SABEW on Twitter, #SABEW2019

Interested in sponsoring? Contact Renee McGivern or call 651-210-0911.
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Julia Wallace

Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, ASU
Frank Russell Chair
Julia Wallace was a top media executive and high-ranking editor at four major newspapers. She spent more than 20 years as a top editor and was the first woman editor-in-chief of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She spent five years as the head of Cox Media Group Ohio, responsible for both the news and business operations. As the Frank Russell Chair, Wallace teaches classes on the future of news, new business models and innovative ways of thinking about journalism at the Cronkite School. For Cox Media Group Ohio, Wallace brought together three separate companies —TV, radio and newspaper — into a single converged operation. As a result of the changes, the TV station, WHIO, already the top CBS affiliate in the country, significantly grew its audience and revenue share. The three radio stations and three daily newspapers saw similar success under her leadership. Previously, Wallace led the Atlanta Journal- Constitution newsroom from 2002-2010. During her tenure, the paper won two Pulitzer Prizes, and she was named Editor of the Year by Editor & Publisher magazine in 2004. Before joining Atlanta, she was managing editor of the Arizona Republic from 1998-2000. Wallace began her career in Norfolk, Virginia, at the Ledger-Star, and then at the Dallas Times Herald. In 1982, she joined USA Today as a reporter just weeks after the newspaper’s launch and worked her way up to managing editor/special projects. She joined the Chicago Sun-Times in 1992 as managing editor. She left in 1996 to lead the Salem Statesman Journal in Oregon as executive editor. In 1998, she became managing editor at the Arizona Republic before moving to Atlanta in 2001. Originally from Rock Island, Illinois, Wallace graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism with her bachelor’s degree. In 2006, she was inducted into the Medill School of Journalism Hall of Achievement and received the Alumni Merit Award from Northwestern. She is married to veteran journalist and journalism educator Don Campbell and has two daughters and two step-daughters. She is a member of the national Alzheimer’s Association board.

My Speaker Sessions

Friday, May 17

11:10am MST